Saturday, April 28, 2018

Beginning Robotics with Raspberry Pi and Arduino By Jeff Cicolani

Beginning Robotics with Raspberry Pi and Arduino Using Python and Open CV By Jeff Cicolani
Contents :
Chapter 1: Introduction to Robotics
Chapter 2: An Introduction to Raspberry Pi
Chapter 3: A Crash Course in Python
Chapter 4: Raspberry Pi GPIO
Chapter 5: Raspberry Pi and Arduino
Chapter 6: Driving Motors
Chapter 7: Assembling the Robot
Chapter 8: Working with Infrared Sensors
Chapter 9: An Introduction to OpenCV
Chapter 10: Conclusion
Introduction :
Robotics does not have to be difficult. In this book, I introduce you to the field of robotics. The journey will be challenging; it’s intended to be. But by the end of the book, you will have hands-on exposure to many of the fundamental and not so fundamental aspects of robotics. You will work with hardware, assemble and solder a circuit board, write code in two programming languages, install and configure a Linux environment, and work with computer vision. Everything else you do with robots will be an extension of the lessons learned in this book.
This book is for those who are new to electronics and IoT; those who have never used a Raspberry Pi or Arduino separately, let alone together. This book is for the hobbyist who is interested in learning a little more about working with robots. Perhaps you’ve built a few circuits with an Arduino or a custom home entertainment system with a Raspberry Pi, and now you are curious about what goesinto building a robot. You will learn how these two devices work together to provide very powerful capabilities. This book is for the entrepreneur who needs to learn more about technology; someone who doesn’t necessarily have the time to read through many different books on Arduino, Raspberry Pi, electronics, or programming; someone who is looking for a broad yet condensed introduction to some of the fundamentals.
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